Category: POS

2019 Restaurant Technology Trends Report

In PAR Technology’s 2019 Trends Report, delivery was identified as one of the top trends that will influence the way consumers expect to receive their food, and the way restaurant owners set up their operations to accommodate this trend. Many restaurant segments (QSR, fast casual, and casual dining) are beginning to focus on delivery, as

2019 Restaurant Technology Trends Report

In PAR Technology’s 2019 Restaurant Trends Report, social media has been identified as one of the most influential trends that will continue to affect the restaurant industry. Social media platforms have become a driving force in the restaurant industry. A recent report in the New York Times shows that 72% of consumers use Facebook to make restaurant

Restaurant POS Software Loyalty

In 2019, consumers continue to be the driving force behind the way restaurants are evolving, as they continuously strive to adapt to meet consumer demands. This year, we have identified 5 distinct themes that will determine the way consumers behave: Privacy With identity theft, phishing scams, and fraud increasing at an alarming rate, consumers are

Restaurant POS Hardware

Whether you are opening a brand-new restaurant, or upgrading your legacy hardware at an existing location, choosing the right restaurant POS system is a massive decision, one not to be weighed lightly. When shopping around the various options, several factors need to be taken into consideration. Perform adequate research and be prepared to ask the

Customer and Waiter

No two restaurants are exactly alike, but they can often be grouped into a few common categories. The category your restaurant falls into will make a big difference in the type of POS system you choose. A few of the most commonly-used categories are: Quick Service Quick Service restaurants or (QSR) is the official restaurant terminology for

Implementing a New POS System

Having a reliable and well-implemented restaurant POS system can have a huge impact on your bottom line. According to the National Restaurant Association (NRA), more than 80% of restaurants use an electronic POS or register system, yet only 12% of restaurant operators believe they’re on the cutting edge technologically. This disconnect is interesting, considering a growing number of customers are expecting technology to be part of their